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Madrid, Imprenta Real, 1654.
ff.  234.
Genuine edition which has woodblock coat-of-arms on the title page, and where the last numbered folio is 234. In contrast, the fake edition (with same printer and date but really circa 1670) has no woodblock. The last folio is also misnumbered 134.
Metadata creation date: 2014-06-11 — Date last updated: 2018-07-02 — Original descriptive metadata created by the Iberian Books research project, based at the School of History, University College Dublin. Original metadata transformed into MODS by UCD Library staff.
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